Martin has lived with his family in the area since 2008, following 16 years living in France, Belgium and Poland. He is active in the village and has been a member of IVC parents association for 7 years. As a qualified planner, Martin is channelling his energies and professional experience into campaigning on local and national issues.
Pippa moved to Impington in 2012 and threw herself into village life. She leads the HI Sustainability Group campaign to stop plastics ending up in the ocean. Pippa is a member of the Policy Advisory Group for Baroness Featherstone, Lib Dem spokesperson for energy and climate change in the House of Lords.
Steve and his family have lived in Histon since 2008. He has a career in software design and leadership in local hi-tech firms, and now works in Impington. He is keen to protect and enhance local schools, services and recreational opportunities and will work to ensure they can cater for a growing population.
Protecting and enhancing the green spaces within and around our community. Promoting better recycling and encouraging more sustainable living. Monitoring and tackling air pollution. Supporting activity to improve public health.
Supporting the development of this new community and the establishment of networks. Tackling the challenges of different people coming together in a new environment. Working to fight low level crime and anti-social behaviour. Fostering an […]
Enabling the community to make the most of being next to Cambridge. Improving transport links: buses and cycle routes to supermarkets, GPs, Addenbrooke’s and the station. Ensuring access to good schools and primary health care.
From David Jenkins’ blog: It’s taken some time but slowly the media is starting to realise what a dreadful mess Highways England and the A14 Integrated Delivery Group has made of its tree felling in Impington. […]
Just this year the Lib Dems have been winning seats across the country, against all parties and in district, county and unitary councils. With a chance to vote for a completely new council at South […]